Every Class 8 heavy truck manufacturer posted a decrease in sales from June of last year, according to today’s report by WardsAuto.
COLUMBUS, Ind. – For the second time this year and only the fourth time in 19 months the demand for Class 8 trucks rose faster than the supply, according to the most recent ACT For-Hire Trucking Index from transportation analysis firm ACT Research Co. LLC.
U.S. trailer net orders for May dropped 16 percent from April and 15 percent from last year, to a total of 13,300 units, transportation analyst firm FTR reported June 1, making May the weakest order month since August, 2010.
COOKEVILLE, Tenn. — In its effort to recruit and retain highly skilled professional drivers, Averitt Express recently gave away a $5,000 cash prize to an associate as part of its Referral Rewards Cash In 2016 program.
The Shippers Conditions Index (SCI) published by transport analyst FTR fell to a near neutral reading of 0.4 in March after improving for each of the four previous months, the firm reported today.
April Used Class 8 truck same dealer sales dropped 3 percent from March and also 3 percent from the previous April, according to a report today by transportation analyst firm ACT Research.